Under this heading is included hard clay, gravel, and clean, dry sand. The bed is prepared by digging a trench deep enough so that the bottom of the foundation is below the frost line, which is usually 3 to 6 feet below the surface.

ARCHITECTS MODEL OF RESIDENCE FOR MR. FRED PABST, ON OCONOMOWOC LAKE, WIS.

ARCHITECTS MODEL OF RESIDENCE FOR MR. FRED PABST, ON OCONOMOWOC LAKE, WIS.

FIRST STORY PLAN OF RESIDENCE FOR MR. FRED PABST, ON OCONOMOWOC LAKE, WIS.

FIRST-STORY PLAN OF RESIDENCE FOR MR. FRED PABST, ON OCONOMOWOC LAKE, WIS.

Fernekes & Cramer, Architects, Milwaukee, Wis., Newton Engineering Co., Engineers.

All Exterior and Interior walls and Partitions are of Reinforced Concrete (Kahn System); Floors and Roof are of Steel and Hollow Tile. The Terrace (3) and Breakfast Room (7) Overlook Oconomowoc Lake. For Second-Story Plan, See Page 139.

Some provision, similar to that shown in Fig. 38, should he made for drainage.

Care should be taken to proportion the load per unit of area so that the settlement of the foundation will he uniform.